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  1. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a buildup of excessive fat in the liver that can lead to liver damage resembling the damage caused by alcohol ...
  2. ... of the condition can affect glycogen breakdown in liver cells or muscle cells or sometimes both. A ... the affected tissue.When GSD IX affects the liver, the signs and symptoms typically begin in early ...
  3. ... gene provides instructions for making an enzyme called liver glycogen synthase. Liver glycogen synthase is produced solely in liver cells, where it helps form the complex sugar ...
  4. The PKLR gene is active (expressed) in the liver and in red blood cells, where it provides ... R/L pyruvate kinase type L pyruvate kinase, liver and blood cell pyruvate kinase, liver and RBC ...
  5. ... people with PCH2D. More About This Health Condition liver-pancreas antigen LP O-phosphoseryl-tRNA(Sec) selenium ... SLA-p35 SLA/LP SLA/LP autoantigen soluble liver antigen soluble liver antigen/liver pancreas antigen tRNA( ...
  6. ... carnitine palmitoyltransferase 1A, which is found in the liver. This enzyme is essential for fatty acid oxidation, ... acids are an important energy source for the liver and other tissues. More than 20 mutations in ...
  7. ... gene provides instructions for making an enzyme called liver glycogen phosphorylase. This enzyme breaks down a complex sugar called glycogen. Liver glycogen phosphorylase is one of three related enzymes ...
  8. ... provides instructions for making a protein called collectin liver 1 (CL-L1). This protein is involved in ... Condition 3MC3 CL-34 CL-L1 CLL1 collectin liver 1 collectin liver protein 1 collectin sub-family ...
  9. Congenital hepatic fibrosis is a disease of the liver that is present from birth. The liver has many important functions, including producing various substances ...
  10. ... Johnson syndrome, certain deposits build up in the liver but do not seem to impair liver function. The deposits make the liver appear black when viewed with medical imaging.Rarely, ...
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